This is an online course which includes a one-on-one forensic mentoring session with a Latent Print Examiner and Forensic Career Specialist.
The first of the series features Tom Gier, a Certified Latent Print Examiner, Author, and Adjunct Instructor.
In this interview style format, Tom Gier provides the answers often asked by forensic students:
What classes did you take in school?
How did you get your job?
Why did you get certified?
Why is it so hard to get a forensic job?
What do you do?
What are latent prints?
Why is it so important to belong to forensic organizations?
Tom provides over 90 minutes of valuable forensic knowledge, tips, expertise, and gives you a glimpse of what a typical day is like for a latent print examiner. And his first hand knowledge of what it takes to start a forensic career and the specialized training needed to continue to be recognized as a forensic expert is priceless.
Tom also shares his experiences with unique cases, such as identifying bite marks belonging to an alligator, without the aid of forensic identifying tools.
In this course, you will:
Discover why you need to be an active member in professional forensic organizations and increase your chances of finding a professional mentor.
Learn about the education and training needed to apply to forensic internships--and why you should do it before graduating from college.
See what a professional CV looks like and what you should include in yours.
Schedule one-on-one forensic career session with Tom Gier and Terri Armenta
Increase your investigative skills by reviewing 3 case studies, learning how each case was solved using forensic techniques and bite pattern marks (scene photos included)
Your Forensic Career Starts Here!